A Village situated in the Township of Shefford, District of Montreal, C. E. distant from Montreal, 60 miles from Stanstead, 42 miles and from Durham, 18 miles usual stage fare to Montreal, 13s. 9d. to Stanstead, 10s. to Sherbrooke, 10s. and to Dunham, 5s. Population of the Township about 2500.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &e.
ALLEN & TAYLOR, ironfounders, blacksmiths and general traders.
Booth, F. C., blacksmith.
Browning, F., painter.
Cousins, R., tailor.
Dampier, W., J. P.
Dike, L. P., shoemaker. J. P.
ELLIS, R. A., general trader, and commissioner of small causes.
England, S., tanner.
Goodenough, W., millwright.
Hill, R., saddler.
Howard, G., clerk of court of small causes.
Lawrence, M. L., chairmaker and machinist.
Mitchell, A., carriage and cabinetmaker.
Mitchell, M., land surveyor, and deputy grand voyer of the county of Shefford.
Parmelee, R., M. D., physician and surgeon.
Porter, John, tinsmith.
REYNOLDS, ZENAS, tavern, general stage office, and bailiff of superior court.
Richardson, G. H., shoemaker.
ROBINSON & SONS, dry goods, groceries, crockery and hardware merchants, grist and saw mills, wool carders, and pearl ash manufacturers.
Robinson, Hezekiah, J. P.
Whitten, Rev. A. J., Church of England.